Sunday, September 17, 2006

Backyard Wildlife Habitat Gardening

Randal and I have been promoting National Wildlife Federation's Backyard Wildlife Habitat certification. We've had Bluebird Cove certified and the home we lived in before this in Alabama also, which we called The Refuge.

It's a fun program and only costs $15. You can now fill out the form online. All you need is food, water, cover and nesting areas for wildlife. Many people find they already have the requirements and can focus on adding some additional habitat each year in their gardening plans. Gardening for wildlife is such fun.

Find out more about it at this site and get into the fun of knowing you are providing for wildlife in your own backyard.

The fawns here are growing up and losing their spots. They have been such a joy to watch. They always have an eye on Mama to find out whether they should run or stay.

Here in this community we are overcrowded with deer, so they are used to being pretty close to humans and houses.

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